The world’s best dad joke “And the winner is…”

The world’s best dad joke “And the winner is…” BLOG Wednesday 23rd June 2021


The world’s best dad joke “And the winner is…”

 The world’s best dad joke can be revealed after thousands of “funny” fathers battled it out in a competition that was no laughing matter.

Other Nothing hits the spot quite like a good dad joke.

More than 2,700 gag-loving dads submitted their very best – or worst – jokes in celebration of Father’s Day.

Dad jokes are popular among grandads too

#BestDadJokes was trending on Twitter as fathers battled it out to win the Aldi Mamia Best Dad Joke competition.

Stand-up comedian Mark Watson was enlisted to judge the competition and picked father-of-two Austin May from Bedworth, Warwickshire, as the overall winner.

His winning joke was:

I once hired a limo but when it arrived, the guy driving it walked off!

I said “Excuse me? Are you not going to drive me?”

The guy told me that the price didn’t include a driver…

… so I’d spent £400 on a limo and have nothing to chauffeur it!

Among Mark’s other favourite entries were:


  • Why did the man fall down the well? Because he didn’t see that well!
  • What did the pirate say on his eightieth birthday? “Aye Matey!”
  • Someone has glued my pack of cards together – I don’t know how to deal with it.
  • What do you call a zombie who cooks stir fries? Dead man wok-ing
  • I was wondering why the frisbee kept looking bigger and bigger, and then it hit me
  • I was stood behind a customer at an ATM and he turned around and said “could you check my balance?” – so I pushed him. His balance wasn’t that great.
  • Why did the scarecrow get an award? Because he was out standing in his field!
  • What did the daddy buffalo say to his son when he left for work? Bison
  • Two guys walked into a bar. The third guy ducked.
  • What do you call a blind dinosaur? A Doyouthinkhesaurus!

Men all over the country will be sharing their dad jokes on Father’s Day

Explaining what makes the ideal dad joke, Watson said: “The perfect dad joke has got to be equal parts cringe and cheese – it’s got to make your kids embarrassed to be in the same room as you but still make them laugh. It’s a fine balance!

“When judging this competition, I was keeping an eye out for those jokes that were so bad, they were actually good.

“You don’t have to be a dad to tell a dad joke, but I think telling some truly awful ones really is a rite of passage when becoming a dad.”

By Tom Gillespie


Top 10 Best Peanuts Characters


  1. Snoopy

Snoopy is a character in comic strip Peanuts. He first appears in the strip from October 4 1950. He often sleeps on the top of his dog house. He belongs to Charlie Brown. He was created by Charles M. Schulz. He also appears in all the specials and the 2015 Peanuts Movie.


  1. Charlie Brown

You deserve to be number one even though you aren’t my favourite, why am I talking to Charlie Brown?

Admit it, we have ALL felt like Charlie Brown at some point in our lives.

Your amazing you’re the nicest character ever


  1. Linus Van Pelt


Caring, smart, spiritual, and wonderful. And he’s got a funny attachment to his security blanket. Linus is the cutest and most intelligent peanuts character.

The most caring character and a good friend to Charlie Brown


He is so adorable in the 1950s comic strips


  1. Woodstock

He is a bird that hangs out with Snoopy, he is a fun character like Snoopy. If you don’t know who that is, its snoopys yellow bird buddy that hangs with him.Woodstock is such a loyal friend of snoopy!


  1. Lucy Van Pelt

Lucille “Lucy” van Pelt is a character in the syndicated comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz. She is a savage. Lucy is my favourite peanuts character she’s beautiful and always knows what to do.

She’s awesome


  1. Peppermint Patty

Patricia “Peppermint Patty” Reichardt is a fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz’ comic strip Peanuts. She is one of a small group in the strip who lives across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends. She is well known for her crush on Charlie Brown. Do her and “Chuck” ever do anything romantic?


  1. Pig-Pen

“Pig Pen” first appeared on July 13, 1954. In his first appearance, he tells Patty, “I haven’t got a name . . . People just call me things . . . Real insulting things.” He says he is usually called “Pig-Pen”. No real first name or surname for “Pig-Pen” was ever subsequently given in later Peanuts strips. Being constantly dirty is a trait that “Pig-Pen” is best known for. When he takes a deep breath (to sing, for example), the dust rises briefly around him.


  1. Schroeder

Schroeder is a major male character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. He is distinguished by his precocious skill at playing the piano, as well as by his love of classical music and the composer Ludwig van Beethoven in particular. Schroeder is also the catcher on Charlie Brown’s baseball team and the object of Lucy van Pelt’s unrequited love.


  1. Marcie

Marcie is considered Peppermint Patty’s sidekick and best friend. She likes hanging out with Peppermint Patty. Although Peppermint Patty can at times get on her nerves; it bothers Marcie how poorly Peppermint Patty does in school, and how she will never do her work. It also annoys her that Peppermint Patty will never tell anyone about her love for Charlie Brown. However, Marcie looks up to Peppermint Patty and thinks she is a great friend.


  1. Sally Brown

Sally Brown is a major female character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. Sally was introduced to the strip in 1959 and her final appearance was February 13, 2000. She is the younger sister of Charlie Brown and also the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brown’s two children.





Happiness is…The Charlie Brown Comic Strip by Charles M. Schulz


I guess you have had enough one liner jokes above – but then again I can’t resist it.

Two grandmas, Agnes and Esme, are meeting at a café. They’re having a nice chat over cake and coffee when suddenly Agnes remarks, “Um, Esme, you seem to have a suppository in your left ear…”


Esme is surprised and fishes the suppository out of her ear, looks at it for a while and sighs, “Well I guess I know where to find my hearing aid then.”


Love is…when she is the boss and you love it!


A time for a “Dad Joke”…A time for a “Grandad Joke”


23rd June

1960 1st contraceptive pill is made available for purchase in the U.S.

2016       The United Kingdom voted in a referendum to withdraw from the European Union, with 51.9 percent supporting Britain’s exit (“Brexit”) and 48.1 percent opposing the move; it marked the first time a country had decided to leave the organization.

1926  The first lip reading tournament in America was held in Philadelphia, PA.


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Reflections of a Top Hit Record

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